THE TERRA COLLECTION
It’s here…chapter two of the Stay Wild Swim journey: The Terra Collection.
As you might already know, our first collection was inspired by the ocean, because well, the ocean is everything! Our journey to Stay Wild Swim has been for the planet and for our oceans every single step of the way: using recycled ocean plastic to form our fabric, supporting environmental charities, making sure our packaging is eco-friendly and that the whole operation is carbon neutral.
Our second collection, which we have just launched online via our website and in store and online at Selfridges (pinch us!), is of course still heavily influenced by the ocean, but we’ve called it Terra, meaning earth, to symbolise a colour palette which reflects elements of nature from sunsets, the sea and the sandy shore.
We have 5 pieces in the Terra collection and so far they have been hugely popular, which we are ecstatic about! As consumers we have such a power to force change by actively deciding where we put our money - investing into a sustainable brand over a sustainable one is a huge step in the right direction, so thank you for joining us on this crusade!
This was the first of our Terra collection to launch, and it came out alongside some updated pieces from our capsule collection. It comes in navy/black and cream/navy:
We’re pretty obsessed with this swimsuit because it is SO flattering. To be honest all the pieces in the collection are (we’ve made sure of that!), but we think it’s something to do with the zip?! Its’s just so good!
This has been one of the most popular pieces so far, and for good reason! The Nerida bikini is great for topping up that tan as it’s our “cheekiest” style yet. We love the colour combinations too and it can be mixed and matched with the Aurora bikini and the Nomad bikini.
The Aurora bikini is our sporty number! The higher neckline gives support (hello beach volleyball), whilst still being ultra flattering. Again, you can mix and match with any of our bikini styles as all tops and bottoms are sold separately.